The Museum has cancelled all in-person programming through Friday, July 31, including performances and interviews in the museum’s Ford Theater as well as family programs and activities in the Taylor Swift Education Center. Learn more here.
Out of an abundance of caution, the Museum is temporarily closed through May 31, 2020. The health and safety of our visitors and staff is our top priority. While closed, our mission endures, and we have a wealth of live performances, interviews, and other programs available for viewing 24/7. Visit our Watch & Listen page, search our video and podcast archives, and continue to tune in with Museum From Home.
Interested in discovering more about the world of country music? Learn about our programs, including live performances, interviews, lectures, films, and hands-on art and music-making activities. Visit the calendar for dates.
The galleries offer a jumping point for country music's stories, which continue through Special Programs: rare interviews, panel discussions, performances, and more, meant to illuminate and expand the country-music conversation.
Each year, this forum honors a music industry leader who exemplifies the trail blazed by pioneer Louise Scruggs, the first woman in country music to book and manage a major star.
Public Program Funders
Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation